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Costing Human Resources. This study investigates the extent to which organization effectiveness can be predicted from human resources management (HRM) practices.
Costing Human Resources. The results are based on data gathered from attitude surveys of a large sample of employees in 38 companies across the USA. It is found that HRM practices can be summarized in six HRM dimensions which predict organization effectiveness at the departmental level, as perceived by employees.
2 Costing Human Resources First recognized approach was developed by . Barry Corp 15 Behavioral Costing Cascio s Approach Focus on dollar value of behavioral outcomes in organizations. of Columbus OH in Department managers measured on five costs: Recruiting Acquisition Formal Training Informal Training Development. 3 People are our most valuable asset. 4 Asset Based Strategies Historical Cost Replacement Cost Present Value of Future Earnings Value to the Organization. 5 Historical Cost Assets are placed on the books at acquisition cost. 15 Behavioral Costing Cascio s Approach Focus on dollar value of behavioral outcomes in organizations. Do not focus on the value of the individual, but on the economic consequences of behavior.
Wayne Cascio holds the Robert H. Reynolds Chair in Global Leadership at. . Reynolds Chair in Global Leadership at the University of Colorado Denver. He has authored more than 150 journal articles and book chapters and 24 books. Dr. Cascio is a Fellow of the National Academy of Human Resources, the Academy of Management, and the American Psychological Association. He has won scholarly awards from the Academy of Management.
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